Africa Posts

ZISMIWU Rocked By Leadership Sqabbles

By Correspondent , 06 , Mar 2014


From Tawanda Mangoma in Chiredzi The 16 000-strong Zimbabwe Sugar Milling Industry Workers Union(ZISMIWU) in Chiredzi has been hit by leadership squabbles forcing the Zimbabwe Federation of Trade Unions(ZFTU) to .. Read More →

Nigerian President Jonathan Declares War On River State

By Correspondent , 06 , Mar 2014


We have learnt with shock and disbelief, of the zero allocation to Rivers State in the 2014 Budget of the Federal Ministry of Works. What this means is that Rivers .. Read More →

TB Joshua’s Nigeria 2015 bombshell: Elections may not hold in some states , if…

By Correspondent , 06 , Mar 2014


General Overseer of The Synagogue Church Of All Nations, Prophet T.B. Joshua, warns politicians not to derail the nation’s democracy. He spoke with TAI ANYANWU. Excerpts There are so many .. Read More →

Malawi Paid Debts With Proceeds From Jet Sale: Maxwell Mkwezalamba

By Correspondent , 06 , Mar 2014


Blantyre (Malawi) (AFP) - Malawi used $15 million raised from the sale of its presidential jet to clear debts to an arms group, not to partly buy food for the .. Read More →

Justice Hungwe Opens Zim High Court Circuit

By Correspondent , 05 , Mar 2014


By Martin Muleya Mutare- Delays in Zimbabwe's judicial system remains a key issue for policy makers and practitioners who value efficiency and effectiveness as critical outcomes of the criminal justice .. Read More →

Public Service, Labour And Social Welfare Aligns To Zimasset

By Correspondent , 05 , Mar 2014


By Martin Muleya Mutare- Zimbabwe`s Minister of Public service, Labour and Social Welfare Nicholas Goche has said his ministry has already set the ball rolling for the ministry's programme turnaround .. Read More →

Tunisia First Port Of Call For New Italian Prime Minister

By Correspondent , 05 , Mar 2014


Tunis (AFP) - Italy's newly appointed Prime Minister Matteo Renzi visited Tunisia on Tuesday in his first official trip abroad, saying the Mediterranean should be the heart of Europe and .. Read More →

Jacob Zuma Wades Into University NAZI Salute Scandal

By Hilda Desai , 05 , Mar 2014


Johannesburg – South African President Jacob Zuma on Tuesday expressed outrage at reports that first year students at a South African university recently staged a Nazi-style salute during induction. "We .. Read More →

Ugandan Army Stuck With Detained Top Spy

By Hilda Desai , 05 , Mar 2014


Kampala - The Ugandan army was by Tuesday still holding Maj Herbert Muramagi, the Internal Security Organisation director for Marines, four days after his arrest. Muramagi was picked up last .. Read More →